The quoted text below comes from Erika Hewitt, a UU in Maine that is working on what she describes as “A Very Large Project for Unitarian Universalism”. It can be found on her Facebook page for public consumption, and she invites people to share freely. I would like to share my initial reactions with the […]
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I just wish the association that calls itself the ‘Unitarian Universalist association’ would realize that its name no longer describes the beliefs of the majority of its members and would change its name. ~ Rev. Dr. Don Fielding, “Why I am Not a Unitarian Universalist“ This is not an uncommon sentiment. In a traditional sense, […]
Ok, maybe we’re tied with the Church of the Larger Fellowship; their community is, well, larger, and they’ve been doing this longer. We still think you all are great, and we are proud that we can help you share your faith. You all are amazing. We have almost 3,000 likes on Facebook, with a real […]
This weekend, most Christians and many UUs will celebrate Easter, or the story of the resurrection of the prophet Joshua of Nazareth. This is the central event in most Christian traditions, marking the triumph of love and life over death, ignorance, and fear. Grateful for the religious pluralism which enriches and ennobles our faith, we […]
What piece of advice has stuck with you on your personal quest for truth and meaning? Where did it come from? Was it invited, or unsolicited? Did you take it? Where has the choice lead you, and what might be different had you not heard it?
…but there are facts behind the post. Facebook has chosen a model where they are charging pages to put their message in front of people. That is fine. It worked great for television for a long time. The thing is that people are used to interacting with those pages, now, and they don’t realize what […]
This week, I wanted to present another writing challenge. This time, I want to focus on what we stand for, in a positive way. It is easy for us to be caught up in the anger and frustration over how slowly the world is moving towards real universal justice and compassion, and we understand that. […]